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GEORGE WALKER 

PRESIDENT — EMERITUS 




Left to Right: 

Mrs. Ida Epstein, Clerk of the Board; Dr. John J. Desmond, Jr., 
Commissioner of Education; Joseph Dawson, Jr., Chairman, Board 
of Trustees; John Vertente, Jr., Member, Board of Trustees 




First Row: Left to Right 

John Vertente, Mrs Ida Epstein, Phillip Manchester, Joseph Dawson, John A. Shea, Raymond R. 
McEvoy 

Second Row: Left to Right 

William B. Ferguson, Henri F. Horn, Clarence C. Bowman, William E. King 




JOHN E. FOSTER 
PRESIDENT 
My blessing, not my doom. 
Henry Van Dyke once said in referring to his work: "This is my work; my blessing, not 
my doom." 

I have long been aware that a good piece of work — once finished and done with — is 
a very satisfying thing. As engineers, chemists, designers or technologists, you will all find 
that some of the happiest days of your lives will be those on which you finish up a tough assign- 
ment and turn it over to the boss. All of us can do more and better work than we have to. 
Don't be satisfied with just doing the job — do a better job than you have to — do the best 
job you know how. 

In so doing, I am sure you will enjoy many happy and prosperous years. 

With best wishes, 
John E. Foster 




FRANCIS TRIPP 
DEAN OF FACULTY 







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DEAN OF STUDENTS 




JAMES L. CIBLIN 
PLACEMENT DIRECTOR 




FRANCIS TRIPP 

professor 

head of chemistry department 




JOHN C. BROADMEADOW 
associate professor 



LEO M. SULLIVAN 

assistant professor 

head of humanities department 




MR. FERDINAND P. FIOCCHI 




MR. CELESTINO MACEDO 



chemistry 




LOUIS E. F. FENAUX 
associate professor 




EDMUND j. DUPRE 
associate professor 



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textile engineering 




FRED BEARDSWORTH 
associate professor 
head of weaving division 







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professor 

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FRANK HOLDEN 
associate professor 
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assistant professor 




LOUIS PACHECO 
assistant professor 




MR. WILLIAM S. KIRK 




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assistant professor 

head of english department 




MISS EVELYN RAMALHETE 
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EDWARD H. CLOUTIER 

associate professor 

head of knitting department 




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MRS. MARY F. MAKIN 
treasurer 




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senior bookkeeper 




MRS. ESTELLE DOWD 
junior clerk 




MISS DENISE HARBECK 
junior clerk 



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Chaim Holand, Treasurer; David Carreau, President; 

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ARCENIOALVES, JR. 

Delta Kappa Phi 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"Born with a gift of laughter and a sense 

that the world is mad." 

Basketball, 1, 2; FABRICATOR, Sport's Editor 

4; TECH TALK, Sport's Editor 4. 



EUGENE WILFRED COTE 

Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"He who findeth a wife findeth a good 
thing." 

Class Vice-President 1; Class President 2; 
Fraternity Treasurer 3, 4; Student's Com- 
mittee 1, 2; TECH TALK, Asst. Advertising 
Manager 2; A.A.T.C C. 3, 4. 



WILLIAM RUSSELL ETCHELLS 

Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"A sensible, well-bred man born for success." 
Class President 1; Class Secretary 2; Fra- 
ternity Junior Warden 2, Vice President 3, 
President 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 4, 
Chairman 3; Student's Committee 1, 2, Treas- 
urer 2; FABRICATOR 3, 4, Graduate Photo- 
graphy Editor 4; Circle K Club, Board of 
Directors 4; A.A.T.C.C. 2, 3, 4. 







JACINTHO FERNANDES, JR. 

Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"Cherchez la femme!" 

Baseball 2, 3; A.A.T.C.C. 4. 



RONALD JEAN FRYER 
Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"Character is the cornerstone of success." 
Fraternity Secretary 4; Inter-Fraternity Coun- 
cil 4; Circle K Club, Board of Directors 4; 
A.A.T.C.C. 3, 4. 




BETSEY BERG CILLIN 

Kappa Sigma Phi 
B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"Arguments out of a pretty mouth are un- 
answerable." 

Sorority Treasurer 4; FABRICATOR, Activi- 
ties Writer 3, 4, Business Manager 4; TECH 
TALK, Reporter 2, 3, Assistant Editor 4, 
Bookstore Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A.T.C.C. 2, 
3, 4. 

DEAN'S LIST: First, Second, Third, Sixth 
Semisters. 








RONALD JENNINGS KIRSCHBAUM 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"A little nonsense now and then is relished 

by the best of men." 

Basketball 1, 2; FABRICATOR, Basketball 

Editor 4; TECH TALK, Asst. Sports Editor 4. 



WILLIAM REYNOLDS MARKEY 

Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"Don't worry or fret, I'll get there yet!" 
Class Treasurer 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Student's Committee 2; 
FABRICATOR, Photographer 2, 3, Photo- 
graphy Editor 4; TECH TALK, Business Mana- 
ger 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Photography Club, 
Secretary 3, President 4; A.A.T.C.C. 3, 4. 



ALICIA EDWINA MIKUS 

Kappa Sigma Phi 
B.S. Textile Chemistry 
"Her smile radiates her charming ways." 
Sorority Secretary 2, 3, President 4; Inter- 
Fraternity Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Co- 
Chairman 4; FABRICATOR, Activities Writer 
2, History and Biography Editor 4; TECH 
TALK, Reporter 2, 3; A.A.T.C.C. 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, 4. 





STEVE VAZOPOLOS 

Delta Kappa Phi 

B.S. Textile Chemistry 

"The only way to have a friend is to be one." 

Fraternity Sergeant-at-Arms 2; FABRICATOR, 

Biography Editor 4; TECH TALK, Asst. Editor 

4; Circle K Club 4; Camera Club 4; A.A.T.- 

C.C. 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4. 

DEAN'S LIST: First, Second, Third, Fourth, 

Fifth, and Sixth Semesters. 






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WALTER ANTHONY CABRAL 

Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Engineering 

"A gentleman makes no noise." 

Class Vice-President 4; FABRICATOR, Asst. 

Advertising Manager 4; Student's Committee 

3. 



ANDRE LIONEL CHALOUX 

Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Engineering 

"High-erected thoughts seated in the heart 

of courtesy." 

Class Vice-President 3; Student's Committee 

3; FABRICATOR, Advertising Manager 4; 

Circle K Club 4. 



LEONARD HACKETT 

Phi Psi 

B.S. Textile Engineering 
"By sports are all his cares beguiled." 
Commencement Committee 4; Basketball 1, 
2; Baseball 1, 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Football 1; 
FABRICATOR, Asst. Sports Editor 4; Inter- 
national Club 2; Camera Club 3, 4. 








CHAIM F. HOLAND 

B.S. Textile Engineering 

"Give the world the best you have and the 

best will come to you." 

Class Treasurer 4; Student's Committee 4; 
Hatch Key Award Winner 1. 
DEANS LIST: Fifth Semester. 



JAMES KARL PAYTON 

Delta Kappa Phi 

B.S. Textile Engineering 

"The upright man speaks as he thinks." 



RAPHAEL PITCHON 

B.S. Textile Engineering 

"From a little spark may burst a mighty 

flame." 








GEORGE LUCIAN SCHMITT 

B.S. Textile Engineering 

"To speak his thoughts is every human's 

right." 

FABRICATOR, Asst. Advertising Manager 3, 

Editor-in-Chief 4; Circle K Club 4. 



WILLIAM HORNSTEIN 

Sigma Phi Tau 

Certificate, Textile Manufacturing 

"Questions are never indiscreet; answers 

sometimes are." 

Sigma Phi Tau, 1, 2, 3, 4; President, 4; 

Inter-Fraternity Council Chairman 4; Camera 

Club, 3. 



OVADIA LALO 

Diploma, Textile Manufacturing 

"The highest degree of earthly happiness 

is quiet." 





JOSE MARTINEZ S. 

Diploma, Textile Manufacturing 
"Sports go hand in hand with him." 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



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PAUL NORMAN ANTHONY 

B.S. Machine Design 

"He who sows courtesy reaps friendship.' 

Engineering Club 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH BARBERO, JR. 

Delta Kappa Phi 
B.S. Machine Design 

"A day for toil — an hour for sport." 
Class President 3; Student's Committee Presi- 
dent 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; 
Tennis 3, 4; FABRICATOR, Sports Reporter 
3; Engineering Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. 



ALAN BAYREUTHER 

B.S. Machine Design 

"Let each man exercise the art he knows." 
Class Secretary 3; Students Committee 3; 
Engineering Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. 








ROBERT EDWIN BRADY 

Delta Kappa Phi 

B.S. Machine Design 

"Man doth not live by bread alone." 

Engineering Club Corresponding Secretary 3. 

DEAN'S LIST: Fifth Semester 




DAVID WARING CARREAU 

Delta Kappa Phi 

B.S. Machine Design 

"Wit is the salt of conversation." 

Class President 4; Student's Committee 4; 

Engineering Club 3, 4. 

DEAN'S LIST: Third and Fourth Semesters 



DAVID COLLINGE 

Delta Kappa Phi 

B.S. Machine Design 

"He only is a well-made man who has a 

good determination." 

Class Treasurer 3; Class Secretary 4; Student's 

Committee 3, 4; Engineering Club 3, 4, 

Corresponding Secretary 4. 







WALTER R. ENGLAND, JR. 

Delta Kappa Phi 
B.S. Machine Design 

"Grave authors say and witty poets sing, 
that truly wedlock is a glorious thing." 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Engineer- 
ing Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 



PETER HAMILTON SYLVAIN 

Delta Kappa Phi 

B.S. Machine Design 

"Pleasure and action make the hours seem 
short." 

Fraternity Pro-Consul 3, Consul 4; Inter- 
Fraternity Council 3, 4; Engineering Club 
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 



DONALD EDWARD THATCHER 

B.S. Machine Design 

"A true sport makes a true friend." 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 

2, 3, 4; Engineering Club 3, 4. 





DANIEL CLINTON POTTER 

Certificate, Drafting and Machine Shop 
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RALPH PIERRE BOYD 

Phi Psi 

Certificate, Textile Technology 
"It is better to study late than never." 
Manager, Soccer Team, 2; Manager, Basket- 
ball Team, 2; FABRICATOR Staff, 2. 



LORRAINE THERESA CARREIRO 

Certificate, Textile Technology 

"It's nice to be natural if you're naturally 

nice." 

Glee Club 1, 2. 



MARCIA JANE CORNELL 

Certificate, Textile Technology 

"It is tranquil people who accomplish much." 

Glee Club 1, 2. 






ELIZABETH ANN MILLER 

Certificate, Textile Technology 
"To speak but little becomes a 

Glee Club 1, 2. 



CECILE HARRIET SCHECK 

Certificate, Textile Technology 

"A pleasing lass to meet, but better far to 

know." 

Glee Club 2. 





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WILLIAM MARKEY 

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EDITORS 



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JACQUELINE FELDMAN 
WILLIAM MARKEY 
WALTER TWAROG 
RALPH BOYD 
ALICIA MIKUS 
WILLIAM ETCHELLS 



POLLY FIELD 
CECILE SCHECK 
EDUARDO PEREZ 
EILEEN MACABELLO 
WALTER CABRAL 
GENE COTE 

faculty assistants 
MRS. MERRIAM 
MR. BECK 
MR. GIBLIN 



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advertising manager 




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business manager 



EMILJ. KATTERMANN 

assistant editor 




MARILYN SCHECK — JACQUELINE FELDMAN 
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chairman 

William Hornstein 

secretary 

Jacqueline Feldmen 

treasurer 

Emil Kattermann 

vice-chairman 

Alicia Mikus 




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Alicia Mikus 
Marilyn Scheck 
Jacqueline Feldman 




PHI PSI 

William Etchells 
Emil Kattermann 
Ronald Fryer 



DELTA KAPPA PHI 

Peter Sylvain 
Arthur Dugan 
George Write III 



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MEMBERS 




Jerry Anthony 




Wayne Haskell 


Dexter Clough 




Joseph Goodman 


Angelo Mello 




Gilbert Dutra 


Armand Pedrosa 




Alan Collinge 


Ronald Nichols 




Peter H. Sylvain 


Gerard Swain 




David Carreau 


John Foster, Jr. 




David Collinge 


James Ashworth 




Walter England 


Peter Duvoll 




Quentim Santord 


Edward Leite 




Joseph Barbero 


Ted Horsley 




Robert Brady 


Jack Baptiste 




Arcenio Alves 


Walter Slocum 




Steve Vazopolos 


George Dean 




James Payton 


Joseph Arsenault 




George Write 


Robert Frates 




Arthur Dugan 


Edward Jarecki 




Eugene Damm 


Alan Wolstenholme 




Anthony Texeira 


George Talbot 




Donald Lawton 


Kcnnison Mcintosh 




Dick Julio 


Joseph Powers 




Hartley Eastwood 


David Leite 




Robert Comeau 


Ralph Moyer 




Francis Worden 


Augustus Silvcira 




William Perron 


John Cook 







OFFICERS 

Faculty Advisor — Louis Fenaux 
Consul — Peter H. Sylvain 
Pro-Consul — Arthur Dugan 
Annotator — George Wright 111 
Custodian — Eugene P. Damm 
Scribe — Edward Leite 
Sergeanr-at-Arms — Joseph Arsenault 




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OFFICERS 

Facuilty Advisor — Evelyn 
President — Alicia Mikus 
Vice-President — Marilyn Scheck 
Secretary — Jacqueline Feldman 
Treasurer — Betsey Gillin 





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MEMBERS 



John Bernier 
Bruce Gullbranson 
John Canto 
Henry Galary 
Gustavo Diez 
Ronald Takach 
Eduardo Perez 
Richard Pepin 
Donald Silveira 
Robert F. Gracia 
George Brazil 
Norman Lopes 
Joseph H. Arsenault 
Ernest A. Poitras 
Vincent Pelletier 
Joseph Poulin 
Peter Smith 
Walter Cabral 



Andre Chalaux 
Eugene Cote 
William Etchells 
Ronald Fryer 
Lenard Hackett 
William Markey 
Jacintho Fernandez 
Emil Kattermann 
Leo McGoff 
Manuel A. Thomas 
John Twarog 
Manuel Bandarra 
Ralph Boyd 
William Giblin 
James Gifford 
Leo Grenier 
Joseph Lemos 
Paul Marois 



OFFICERS 

Faculty Advisor — James L. Giblin 
President — William Etchells 
Vice-President — Emil Kattermann 
Secretary — Ronald Fryer 
Corresponding Secretary — Manuel A. Thomas 
Treasurer — Eugene Cote 





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Armand Pedrosa 
Eugene Damm 
Alice Camacho 
David Carreau 
David Coinnge 
Chaim Holland 
Walter Cabral 
Manuel Thomas 
Kenison Mcintosh 
Edward Leite 
Barbara Staron 
Joan Axtell 
Bruce Gulbranson 
Peter Wertz 
Gabriel Coyne 



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Left to Right: 

Stephen Downer, Secretary; William Markey, President; Donald Silveira, Treasurer; 

Sheila Gillin, Vice-President 



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Leonard Hackett 
Walter Twarog 




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Secretary Paul Malcolm 
Treasurer — William Giblin 



MEMBERS 

Steve Vazopolos 
Alice Camacho 
Alicia Mikus 
Manuel Thomas 
Eugene Damm 
Betsey Gillin 
Eugene Cote 
William Erchells 
Ronald Fryer 
Joseph Jacinrho 
June Kennedy 
William Markey 
Francis Worden 
Jacintho Fernandes 




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Faculty Auvisor — Edmund Dupre 
Chairman — Steve Vazopolos 
Co-Chairman Alice Camacho 
Recording Secretary — Alicia Mikus 
Corresponding Secretary — Manuel Thomas 
Treasurer — Eugene Damm 



MEMBERS 

Andre Chaloux 
William Erchells 
Ronald Fryer 
Henry Calary 
Edward Leite 
George Schmitt 
Manuel Thomas 
Robert Vanstone 
Steve Vazopolos 
Raymond Gosselin 




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President Alan Bayreuther 
Vice-President Walter England 
Treasurer Arthur Dugan 
Secretary Adriano Gracia 
Corresponding Secretary David Collinge 

MEMBERS 

David Carrcau 
Robert Brady 
Joseph Barbero 
Paul Anthony 
Peter Sylvain 
Donald Thatcher 
George Wright, III 
Robert Vanstone 
David Jorgcnson 
Howard Gifford 
Joaquim Baptista 
James Ashworthh 
Kennison Mcintosh 
Charles McCarthy 
George Dean 
Edward Lcitc 
Donald Lcitc 
Roland Johnson 
John Pacheco 
Armand Pedrosa 




OFFICERS 

President — John Harrison 
Vice-President Leonard Hackett 
Secretary — Walter Twarog 
Treasurer — Gerard Swain 



MEMBERS 

David Razon 
Manuel Bandarra 
Joseph Costa 
David Lowe 
Joseph Arsenault 
Robert Frates 
Robert Griggs 
Alfred Coutu 
Ben Resnick 
Fred Gorcryca 
Dennis Henzel 
Paul Murray 
John Thornhill 
John H. Williamson 
Gerard Swain 
Gerald Lewis 
A. B. Anselmo 
Kenneth Di'orio 
Edmund Roberge 
Joe Carrier 
Thomas Connelly 
James Payton 
Edward Jarecki 
George Williams 
Walter Nichols 
Adam Ceyen 
George Talbot 



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Jerry Plante 
Mona Ricard 
Sammy Pires 
Barbara Staron 
Donald Silveira 
Barbara Tavares 
Muriel Taylor 
Marilyn Scheck 
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Barbara Amandoles 
Jacqueline Arendt 
Geraldine Barros 
Alice Camacho 
Cabrielle Coyne 
Ray Cosselin 
Bruce Gulbranson 
Mary Ann Hanrahan 
Collette Lemaire 
Daniel Morrison 



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Gabrielle Coyne 
Marilyn Scheck 



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Jsent a brief, but com- 
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alumni p -"'"' — im 

} Rooms A 8c B,^TB. Hotel 

lumni Clambake ($2.75) 
Brown's Pavilion 



"This department strongly 
suggests changing our com- 
mencement processional from 
"Pomp and Circumstance" to 
"Marching Along Together." 
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fonsi 
Imbt 
the 
Iddy, 
tion 
and 
orga; 
ited St 
In has 
Million si 
4fr Wfaithful 

* ■ funds ol 

addition 
fas a vast 
positions 
filled bi 
men. In 
the U. Wl Army Che 
Corps has an opening t 
the chemists of our InJ 
Next wejhall consid< 
~ie engineer: 
opportunit 
r. ^_;Mand model |. 
—■"'"^^ *1t. This i i- 
ie previou e, 
■, ^ig future i! 

i \__^J^. - t he V 
ing Cor 
desig; 
pmple it 
;ise the a 
:d tah 

and [tr 

lanks, 

(Said. 

is w lie 

eers )h. 

. fr M 

th|! 

fi ing 

th as- 

,., L jeing "asked" ':nt 

their country in such live 

and satisfying jobs? V M 

places for them on th fe 

front. Some (Joan C»i, 

for instance) will anie 

harassed housewives, reas 

others such as Priscill 



u- 
>r- 

:a- 
in 
ler 
es, 
id- 
he 
eij)h, 




baseball team opene< 
on with its second a 
ip to the South. The 
our games schedu 
ly three were played 
it game with Cho 

was rained out. 
apid fire order, 

of Coach Tripp, 

way is handlin; 

the absence of l 

'Clarry" Haskel 

t three games. 

i to Atlantic C 

10 innings a/ 

t the hands 

of Campbel 

6-0 and 17 

s the case 

hern clubs 

i much fo 
they sho 

/ in the 

ey never wouT 
the officials known 
and their interpre- 

e whole, the team 
a lot of promise, 
noteworthy were 
nacho who is round- 
is final year on the 
d freshmen Roland 
a pit 
id Jol 
'Ugh 



FRATERNIT 



Since this issue of Tech Talk 
is devoted to the "honorable" 
Seniors, the undergraduates of 
Beta Chapter extend their ap- 
preciation for the co-operation 
efforts which the Seniors 



The 
year are Dan Morris" 
Wong and Dick Julio. 

"Lover-Boy" Ashworth (our 

loyal engineer) is being sued 

JiUJflftseuuins which he 



888 Purchase 





Mil WT 

the next three 
rig only three 
he mound staff, 
: Foster 

two seniors on 
id several more 

shmen in addi- 



a semi-formal dance 
May 1 at Stevenson's. Bud 
Lilley's orchestra played for 
dancing from 8 to 12. Con- 
gratulations to the freshman 
class for their large attending 

muu 



enjoyed by all atter 
pecially the girls' dates who 
found the food much to their 
liking. 

Tbe Sorority extends its 



Food Service Equipment and 

Supplies for Restaurants, Bar 

Hotels and Institutions 



Tel. 4-9357 



1155 Purchase 





I 










WALTER J. GAUTHIER 



engineer 

EVERETT J. ASHWORTH 





SIDNEY McMULLEN 



GEORGE WOOD 



ANDREW DOYLE 








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graduates 



Arcenio A Ives 

103 Stephens Street 

South Dartmouth, Mass. 



David Collinge 
173 Pitman Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Clifford Irwin 
354 Reed Street 
North Dartmouth, Mass. 



Raphael Pitchon 

161 Ben Yehuda Road 

Tel-Aviv, Israel 



Paul N. Anthony 
81 Willard Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Marcia Cornell 

76 Smith Neck Road 

South Dartmouth, Mass. 



Ronald J. Kirschbaum 
199 Smith Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Daniel C. Potter 
86 Smith Neck Road 
South Dartmouth, Mass. 



Joseph Barbero, Jr.. 
58 Linden Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Eugene Cote 
87 Query Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Ovadia Lalo 
2-Chelenove Street 
Tel-Aviv, Israel 



George A. Racine 
240 Hersom Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Alan Bayreuther 
326 Coffin Avenue 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Walter England 

858 Shawmut Avenue 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Ernest J. Livesey 
22 Winsor Street 
Fairhaven, Mass. 



Quentin A. Sanford 
Six Bridge Road 
South Westport, Mass. 



Ralph Boyd 
85 Fort Street 
Fairhaven, Mass. 



William Etchells 
11 Pope Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



William Markey 

339 Commonwealth Avenue 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Cecile H. Scheck 
137 Rounds Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Edwin E. Brackett 
107 Main Street 
Acushnet, Mass. 



Jacintho Fernandes 
493 Belleville Avenue 
New Bedford, Mass. 



George 0. Martin 
114 Lawson Avenue 
Acushnet, Mass. 



Marilyn Scheck 
137 Rounds Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Robert Brady 

156 Elm Street 

South Dartmouth, Mass. 



Ronald J. Fryer 

155 Presidential Heights 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Jose S. Martinez 

5a Av. North No. 41 

San Salvador, El Salvador, C. A. 



George L. Schmitt 
10 Huguenot Drive 
Larchmont, New York 



Walter A. Cabral 
79 Rockland Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Mrs. Betsey E.. Gil! in 
73 Mary Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Alicia Mikus 

21 Downie Street 

North Dartmouth, Mass. 



Peter Sylvain 
22 Wilbur Court 
North Dartmouth, Mass. 



David Carreau 
249 Query Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Leonard Hackett 
1115 Pleasant Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Elizabeth Ann Miller 
16 Hicks Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Donald Thatcher 
63 State Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Lorraine T. Carreiro 
103'/2 South Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Chiam F. Holand 
9 Yavne Street 
Tel-Aviv, Israel 



Carl Moriarty 
341 Oliver Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Donald Thomas 

51 Washburn Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Andre Chaloux 
52 Sabattos Street 
Lewiston, Maine 



William Hornstein 
100 President Street 
Brooklyn, New York 



James K. Payton 

32 Jenny Lind Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 



Steve Vazopolos 

379 Coggeshall Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 



advertisers' index 



The 1955 FABRICATOR staff wishes to express its sincere appreciation to our advertisers who made this publication possible. 



Abbott Machine Company 95 

American Moistening Company 89 

Antara Chemicals 82 

Andrews & Goodrich, Inc 97 

Arlan's Dept. Store 102 

Arnold, Hoffman & Company, Inc 94 

Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company 96 

Balfour, L. G. Company 100 

Bates Manufacturing Co 102 

Berkshire Hathaway, Inc 86 

Brock Avenue Pharmacy 95 

Cherry & Company 102 

Ciba Company Inc 99 

Clifton Yarn Mills, Inc 93 

College Grill 88 

Dartmouth Finishing Co 88 

Darwin Press, Inc 90 

Defiance Bleachery 101 

Du Pont, E. I. Company 85 

Eastern Sportswear 88 

Fairhaven Cleaners 102 

Fuller Brush Company 91 

i 

Geigy Dyestuffs 101 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co 103 

Hawes Electric 103 

Hoosac Mills 103 

Industrial Development Commission 92 

Knowles Loom Reed Works, Inc 104 

Lambeth Rope Company 94 

Leno Elastic Web Company 103 

Loring Studio 98 



Mason's Furniture Stores 89 

Mayhew's Cleaners 89 

Morrison Machine Company 102 

National Textile Processing Corp 103 

Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company 97 

Neuss, Hesslein & Company, Inc 92 

N. B. Cotton Manufacturing Association 88 

N. B. I. T. T. Club of New York 92 

New Bedford Cordage 95 

New Bedford Rayon Company 88 

New Bedford Textile Company 95 

Norlander Machine Company 88 

O'Brien Products, Inc 89 

Pabst Brewing Company 96 

Paulding, John I. and Company 89 

Perkins, B. F. and Company 98 

Pfister Chemical Works, Inc 81 

Revere Copper and Brass, Inc 84 

RSyce Chemical Company 83 

Sonoco Company 91 

Sponsors 104 

Standard Brands 84 

Star Store 101 

Steel Heddle Manufacturing Company 93 

Stowe-Woodward Inc 87 

Swiss Knitting Company 93 

T W U A— C 10 96 

U T W A— A FL 94 

Van Riper, Schmitt & Company 90 

Wellington Sears Company 80 

Wings 96 

Jacques Wolf and Company 92 



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Plastics 

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Other Industries 


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Chemical 




Food Processing 
Sugar Refining 
Petroleum 




Mining 
Ceramics 




Farm Machinery 
Laundry 



Wellington Sears 

Offers Many Varieties 

of These Fabrics 



Cotton Duck 
Drills, Twills and 

Sateens 
Automobile 

Headlining 
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Sheeting 
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Filter Fabrics 
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Cloth 
Fine Combed Fabrics 
Bonded (Non- Woven) 

Fabrics 



Wellington Sears 

A CfJRCfMAPY OF ^& WEST POINT MAhlllFArTIIBIhHl COMPANY 



A SUBSIDIARY OF 



WEST POINT MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



FIRST In Fabrics For Industry 



WELLINGTON SEARS COMPANY, 65 WORTH STREET, NEW YORK 13, N.Y. 
Offices in: Atlanta • Boston • Chicago • Los Angeles • Dallas • Philadelphia • San Francisco • St. Louis 



... 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



From 



PFISTER CHEMICAL 



WORKS 



Ridgefield, New Jersey 



"Pfister for Fine Napthols" 



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for a vast 
range of 
permanent 
dyestuffs 




textile wet 
processing 
chemicals 



GENERAL DYESTUFF CORPORATION - ANTARA CHEMICALS 

Sales Divisions of General Aniline & Film Corporation 

435 HUDSON STREET • NEW YORK 14, NEW YORK 

Branches: Boston • Providence • Philadelphia • Charlotte, N. C. 

Chattanooga * Chicago * Portland, Ore. * San Francisco 

IN CANADA: Chemical Developments of Canada Limited, Montreal 



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CHEMICAL COMPANY • CARLTON HILL, 
Manufacturers of Chemicals for the Textile 



FINE PERFORMANCE! 



You can count on fine performance when you use Diastafor de-sizing agents the 
favorites for more than 45 years. 

Diastafor de-sizing agents work well in a wide range of temperatures and pH. Give 
trouble free operation and a fine finish under many different conditions of use. 

For informanton, write Standard Brands Incorporated, Diastafor Department, 595 

Madison Avenue, New York 22, New York. 



DIASTAFOR 



A TRADE MARK OF STANDARD BRANDS INCORPORATED 



REVERE TEXTILE PRINT ROLLS 

A New Bedford Product Famous For a Hundred Years 

"For more than a century the New Bedford Division of Revere Copper and 
Brass Incorporated has been making textile print rolls. As a result of this long 
experience the Revere organization is in a unique position to know and under- 
stand practical textile printing problems and how to meet them with rolls best 
adapted to give efficient, economical service. 

"Revere specialists in this field are available to assist you in obtaining the type 
of rolls best adapted to serve your individual requirements." 




Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated 

FOUNDED BY PAUL REVERE— 1801 
24 North Front St., New Bedford, Mass. 



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What a wonderful world of color 
was locked in that magic tube! 



Shimmering jewels, a brilliant mosaic— what pictures could be 
imagined in the tiny wonderland of a kaleidoscope! But careful! Don't 
jolt it! . . . Or you'll find that your wonderland has gone. 

Every color that danced in that miracle tube has been captured 
by dye scientists for everthing that people wear or people use. 
But these need not be kaleidoscopic colors that change— 
or unstable colors that fade; they can be colors that 
last for the entire lifetime of the material. 



That's the kind of color fastness that can be 
yours when you turn to Du Pont for dyes 
Our technical service experts will help 
you find the right dye for the end use- 
whatever it may be. E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Co. ( Inc. ) , Dyes and Chemicals Division, 
Wilmington 98, Delaware. 



$ 






BETTER THINGS FOR BETTER LIVING 
. ..THROUGH CHEM1STKY 



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BERKSHIRE 
HATHAWAY, ixc. 

Hathaway Division 



"W, 



f/KAW\A &k~ RAYON AND ACETATE LINING FABRICS FOR 
\J MEN'S CLOTHING NYLON MARQUISETTES COT- 

TON CLIP SPOT AND PLAIN MARQUISETTES FOR 
CURTAIN MANUFACTURERS. COTTON BOX LOOM 
FABRICS FOR DRESS GOODS AND SHIRTING. 



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Wherever you go . . . 

let your STOWE-WOODWARD man help you 




It's a better than even chance, that you who have special preparatory training 
will become the textile executives of tomorrow; and because of this, Stowe- 
Woodward has a genuine interest in you who are graduating. 

Long before you reach the position that goes with that big mahogany desk 
and its inviting swivel chair, you will have learned a good deal about Stowe- 
Woodward Rubber Covered Rolls and their importance in the textile industry. 

When you've arrived, you will also know that Stowe -Woodward is a pretty 
dependable source of help on any textile problem involving the use of rubber 
covered rolls. By then, we'll know you, too. 

Right now, we'd like to extend congratulations for a good start and our best 
wishes for your success. 



Cstqfo 



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NEENAH, WISCONSIN - NEWTON 64, MASSACHUSETTS - GRIFFIN, GEORGIA 



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NORLANDER 
MACHINE CO. 


Eastern Sportswear 
Mfg. Co., Inc. 


Specializing In 

All Kinds of Flyer, Fluted 

Rolls, and Spindle Repairs 

for Cotton Mills 


94 Sawyer Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 


We also manufacture Flyer Pressers 
and New Card Room Spindles 


MAKERS OF FINE SPORTSWEAR 


NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
Tel. 9-6324 


"A good place to work" 



Dartmouth Finishing Corporation 

45 COVE STREET — NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
BLEACHERS, PRINTERS, FINISHERS OF COTTON FABRICS. 



'Best Wishes' 
from the 



New Bedford Cotton 

Manufacturers 

Association 



N. B. RAYON CO., 



Manufacturers of 
RAYON YARNS 



New Bedford, Mass. 



Compliments of 

THE COLLEGE GRILLE 

1145 Purchase Street, New Bedford, Mass. 
"Al" & "Lil" 



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Compliments of 

O'BRIEN 
PRODUCTS INC. 



LINTERS 
COTTON 
WASTE 
SISAL 
PADS 

KAPOK 
550 WEST 23rd STREET 
New York 11, N. Y. 
CHelsea 2-1623 



Compliments of 

JOHN I. PAULDING, 
INC. 



NEW BEDFORD, 
MASSACHUSETTS 



AMERICAN MOISTENING COMPANY 

AMCO AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS 

Humidincation — Evaporative Cooling (Ductless or Central Station) — Refrigeration 
PROVIDENCE, R. I. — BRANCHES AT ATLANTA, BOSTON, CAMDEN, CHARLOTTE 



Compliments of 



MASON'S 

New England's Largest Home Outfitters 



795 PURCHASE STREET 

NEW BEDFORD 

PHONE 6-8535 



WAREHOUSE — SHOWROOM 

PLYMOUTH AVE. - FALL RIVER 

OPEN DAILY 2:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 



"Bon Voyage" 

TO THE CLASS OF 1955 
Best Irishes from the staff at 

MAYHEWS CLEANERS 



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irn Cf*iM\M 



WINES- YARNS -CORDAG 



JUtV kJVlll 



aTT&co. 



105-109 HUDSON STREET 

COR. FRANKLIN STREET 

NEW YORK 13. N. Y. 




The DARWIN PRESS 

Offset Lithographers 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 



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CONGRA TULA TIONS 

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS of '55 

BEST WISHES FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS 

Sonoco Products Company 

Paper Cones, Tubes, Spools, Cores and Specialties 
Hartsville, S. C Mystic, Conn. 



FULLERGRIPT TEXTILE BRUSHES 



Save Time and Money for you 

From Carding to finishing, special Fullergript Brushes bring big economies 
because each brush is specially designed for each individual mill operation. 
The unique construction of Fullergript brushes gives them outstanding 
advantages for every textile need. It will pay you to investigate these longer- 
wearing better-performing brushes. Write to — 



FULLERGRIPT DIVISION 



THE FULLER BRUSH COMPANY 



HARTFORD 2 



CONNECTICUT 



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INDUSTRIAL 

DEVELOPMENT 

COMMISSION 



Complete Information 

regarding 

INDUSTRIAL SITES 

INDUSTRIAL SPACE 

INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES 



Room 213, Municipal Building 



Best Wishes 
from the 

New Bedford 

Institute of Textiles 

and 

Technology 

Club of New York 



Estelle Sidelinker, Secretary 
Telephone Bryant 9-7802 



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Compliments of 



SWISS KNITTING 



COMPANY 



DOVER, NEW JERSEY 



Compliments of 

Clifton Yarn Mills 
Incorporated 

CLIFTON HEIGHTS, PEW V. 



Manufacturers of 

Noveltv and Decorating 

Yarns for tlie Weaving 

anil Knitting Industrv 



iehedco and z>outhern 



*** SU °Ih adages ob- 
eti encmg*e a SteHed 

tained ***£ om Harness 

Equ'P me " C ;" Shuttles ate 
ootids finest) cts 

st andatd^g° n ; h e Todd's 
^ eedS ''" ffoftield^" 



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STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO. 

2100 W. ALLEGHENY AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA 32, PA. 

;s ond P/onfs: Greenville, S.C. Atlanta, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Provid 
SOUTHERN SHUTTLES 
nt . . . Greenville, S. C. A Division of STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO. 
STEEL HEDDLE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 

310 St. Hubert Street, Gronby, Quebec, Canada 



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NO FINER NAME 



IN TEXTILE 
AUXILIARIES 



& 



rowing 



1 



For 140 years Arnold, Hoffman have made and sold 
textile auxiliaries, and today they are still planning, 
working, searching for new and better products. 

The combined facilities of AHCO'S advanced 
laboratories and those of their I.C.I, associates 
guarantee that AHCO textile auxiliaries will con- 
tinue to lead for the next 140 years! 



ARNOLD, HOFFMAN 

PROVIDENCE • RHODE ISLAND 

Associated with Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., London, England 

ARNOLD, HOFFMAN & CO., • EST. 1815 • PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

Offices and Sales Service Laboratories: Providence, R. I., Atlanta, Ga., Charlotte, N. C, Teterboro, N. J. 



Compliments of 

United Textile 

Workers of 

America 

affiliated with the 

AMERICAN FEDERATION 

OF LABOR 

John Vertente, Jr. 
International Representative 



Compliments of 

LAMBETH ROPE 
CORPORATION 

NEW BEDFORD 
MASSACHUSETTS 




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COMPLIMENTS OF 



Abbott Machine Co., Inc. 

Wilton, New Hampshire 



Southern Office: Greenville, S. C. 



Manufacturers of Textile Winding Machinery 



Good Luck 

from 

Brock Avenue Pharmacy 



Esther Waskiewicz 
B.S. Reg. Pharm. 



Prescription Headquarters 
Tel. 3-6813 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 


New Bedford Cordage 


New Bedford Textile 


Company 


Company 


New Bedford, Mass. 


678 Shawmut Avenue 




New Bedford, Mass. 


MANILA — SISAL 




NYLON ROPE & TWINE 


John W. Ruggles, President 



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EX 



AOTLY the same good results 
each time you Desize with 



^^arefully standardized to give 
uniform results at all times — 
Exsize-T is the most efficient . . . 
most economical of all desizers, 

Safe ! Exsize-T is not a harsh 

chemical — but a harmless liquid 

enzyme concentrate. Easy to apply. 
Removes starch quickly 

cheaply . . . completely. Write 
now for free booklet. 



EX 



SIZE-T 




"Exsize-T" is the registered trademark 
of Pabst Brewing Company. Copr. 1953, 
Pabst Brewing Company, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin. 



WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET 



PABST 

BREWING COMPANY 

221 N. La Salle Street 
CHICAGO 1, ILLINOIS 



Help your Budget 

BUY YOUR HOME FURNISHINGS 

APPAREL — APPLIANCES — GIFTS — SPORTING GOODS 

AT WING'S 

New Bedford's 80 year old "Friendly Store" 
We invite you to open a Charge Account 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



A&P FOOD STORES 



Greetings 
Textile Workers Union of America 

CIO 

New Bedford Joint Board 



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pEQUDT 

PLUS-SERVICE 

? SHEETS 
PILLOWCASES 



PEQUOT SHEETS and PILLOW CASES 

Preferred For Generations 



The most practical and satisfactory quality 
for comfort and long service. 

144 THREADS PER INCH 



A luxurious fabric silky smooth 
yet firm, strong and durable. 

180 THREADS PER INCH 





Sturdy, long wearing, light weight . . 
the general purpose sheet of excellent 
quality in relation to price. 

130 THREADS PER INCH 



PEQUOT MILLS General Sales Offices: Empire State Bldg., New York 1, N. Y. 




TEXTILE 
DRYING 
MACHINERY 



ANDREWS and GOODRICH, Inc. 

336 ADAMS STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



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Portraits and Groups 

by 

LORING STUDIOS 

NEW ENGLAND'S 
LARGEST SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS 



58 SPRING STREET 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



Cotton Rolls 
Cotton and Wool Rolls 
Combination Rolls 
Cotton and Husk Rolls 
Paper Rolls 
Embossing Rolls 
Friction Rolls 
Schreiner Calenders 
Chasing Calenders 
Rolling Calenders 
Silk Finishing Calenders 
Embossing Calenders 



Calenders for finishing 
woven plastic (Saran) 

Rubber Thread 
covering Machines 

Vinyl Embossing Calenders 
for Plastic Sheeting 

Seam and Slub Detectors 

Perkins new Electraumatic 

Seam Detector (for 
Shearing Machines) 

Cloth Pilers 

Special Drying Machines 



Mangles 

Padders 

Squeezers 

Automatic Winders 

Dye Jigs 

Hydraulic Power Units 

Mullen Testers 

Special Rolls 
and Machinery 
to Customers' 
Specifications 



B. F. PERKINS & SON, INC. 

ENGINEERS AND MANUFACTURERS 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 
Largest Manufacturers of Calender Rolls in the World 



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With the best 
wishes of 



I B A 



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DISTINCTION 



VALUE 



L G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

Attleboro Massachusetts 

Class Rings and Pins 

Commencement Invitations — Diplomas 

Personal Cards 

Club Insignia — Medals & Trophies 

Representative: 

Mr. Thomas Galvin 

Attleboro Office 



QUALITY 



SERVICE 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Classes of 1955 

NEUSS, HESSLEIN & CO., INC. 

75 WORTH ST., NEW YORK 13, N. Y. 
"First Name in Textile Exports" 

HESSLEIN & CO., INC. 

77 WORTH ST, NEW YORK 13, N. Y. 
Selling Agents — Textile Mills Products 

The Edgar & Emily Hesslein Fund, Inc. 



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NEW BEDFORD 
MASSACHUSETTS 






DEFIANCE 


H 


BLEACHERY 


WITH BEST WISHES 


fine finishers 




of 


(m& 


fine fabrics 


Dytttug Malm Shut 18S9 


Barrowsville, Mass. 


O 



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Compliments of 


\ \^^^ FABRICS \ 


MORRISON 


'S = ^-^§^!?^ 


MACHINE CO. 


FOR A CAREER 


Manufacturers of 

TEXTILE DYEING 

and 


Bates is the largest cotton and 

synthetic textile company in 

New England. We always 


FINISHING MACHINERY 


need top notch men. 


Licensed Manufacturers of 
CONTROLLED COMPRESSIVE 


Bates 


SHRINKING MACHINES 
Sole Manufacturers of 


Manufacturing 


WILLIAMS UNITS 
Office and Works: 


Company 


1171 - 1225 MADISON AVENUE 




Paterson, N. J. 


Lewiston, Augusta, Saco 




MAINE 



Compliments of 

ARLAN'S 



of 



NEW BEDFORD 



New Bedford's 
Largest Specialty Fashion Store 



Compliments of 



Fairhaven 
Cleaners & Dyers, Inc. 



27 CENTER STREET 
FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 



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National Textile 






Compliments of 


Processing Corp. 


LENO ELASTIC WEB 


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COMPANY, INC. 




i& 


50 Grit Street 


NEW BEDFORD 


New Bedford, Massachusetts 


MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 



Hoosac Mills Corporation 



New Bedford and North Adams, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO. 

OF 
MASSACHUSETTS 

Compliments of 

eMaiaei, &lect?UC 592 Pleasant Street 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 
Authorized G. E. Appliance Dealers 



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KNOWLES LOOM REED WORKS 



Manufacturers of 
LOOM REEDS 

for Cotton, Silk, 
Rayon, Nylon, Glass, 

Woolen 

also Light and Heavy 

Duck 



Joseph Dawson Jr. 
President 




PITCH BAND REEDS 

also 
METAL REEDS 

of Stainless Steel 
and Chromium Plate 

• 
Textile Mill Supplies 



70 years of continuous service. 
114 MYRTLE STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



SPONSORS 



M-K COFFEE HOUSE 

A FRIEND 

ANDY 

FRANK ROUBLE COMPANY 

KALZAM FILLING STATION 

MARTIN FALK MENS' WEAR 

SCHMIDT 
MANUFACTURING CO. 

BOUCHER CLOTHIERS, INC. 

KUECHLER BROS., INC. 



EMPIRE, NEW BEDFORD & 

STATE THEATRES 

NEW BEDFORD THEATRE 
CONFECTIONARY 

MR. & MRS. JOHN W. ETCHELLS 

MR. & MRS. WILFRED COTE 

"PARKING LOT GANG" 

PHILIP S. MANCHESTER SONS 

THE PACKET, INC. 

CORNELL FARM, INC. 



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